Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man": Invisibility, Race, and Homoeroticism from Frederick Douglass to E. Lynn Harris
Tags: CRITICISM; INVISIBLE Man: Invisibility, Race & Homoeroticism From Frederick Douglass to E. Lynn Harris (Book); ELLISON, Ralph, 1914-1994; MISCEGENATION; RACE relations; GENDER identity; HOMOSEXUALITY
- Invisible ink? Larson, Charles R. // World & I;Mar97, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p246
Presents an overview of the author Ralph Ellison's life and work. Focus on the book `Flying Home and Other Stories'; Relationship between parents and children as presented in the Ellison's `Invisible Man'; Unpublished stories that chronicles Ellison's early literary development.
- Rooted in real life. West, Hollie I. // World & I;Mar97, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p253
Examines author Ralph Ellison's stories from the book `Flying Home and Other Stories' against the backdrop of his life. Ellison's fiction in the context of personal experiences the author shared with him during a series of interviews; Ellison's belief that one's biographical experiences were...
- Ellison and the Wright Stuff. // Wilson Quarterly;Spring2001, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p104
Reviews the article `The Birth of the Critic: The Literary Friendship of Ralph Ellison and Richard Wright,' by Lawrence P. Jackson, from the June 2000 issue of `American Literature.'
- Invisible Man. // Esquire;Mar2010, Vol. 153 Issue 3, p138
The article reviews the book "Invisible Man," by Ralph Ellison.
- Juneteenth (1999). // Columbia Guide to Contemporary African American Fiction;2005, p135
The article reviews the book "Juneteenth," by Ralph Ellison.
- The Comic Book World of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man. Cloutier, Jean-Christophe // Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Summer2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p294
The article provides information about novelist Ralph Ellison's vigorous and animated world of criticism. His novel "Invisible Man" provides a glance of an existence where power of criminal passions can be exploited to socially useful ends. It demonstrates the retention of dynamism of hope...
- The Critical Response to Ralph Ellison. McSweeney, Kerry // African American Review;Winter2001, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p673
Reviews the book "The Critical Response to Ralph Ellison," edited by Robert J. Butler.
- Tempering race and nation: recent debates in diaspora identity. Kitson, Thomas J. // Research in African Literatures;Summer99, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p88
Suggests that writer Ralph Ellison's position on debates in diaspora identity is a simultaneous reaction to defensive affirmations of race in diaspora communities. Ambiguities of the role of alienation in identity problems of Africans; Examination of the need for African and African-American...
- RALPH ELLISON'S CONJURE DOCTORS. Thomas, Gillian; Larsen, Michael // English Language Notes;Jun80, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p281
Examines the characters in the book 'Invisible Man,' by Ralph Ellison. Characteristic of the hero; Outline of the book; Powers of the doctor in the story.